Good afternoon Western Isles, on this Monday afternoon we are still seeing showers moving across the Western Isles. Some of these are heavy and wintry. Plenty of cloud around with some decent sunny spells in between. It still feeling chilly in the brisk northerly winds.
The rest of this evening is expecting to see most of the showers clear away. We are going to see plenty of sunshine and variable amounts of cloud. But it will stay chilly.
Today’s view from space highlights the showery conditions
Tuesday. Is expected to be A more settled day across the Western Isles, the north-easterly wind is well is for a time. We should see plenty of sunshine and variable amounts of cloud however wins will increase again as we go into the evening. It should be largely fine and dry however the odd shower cannot be ruled out.
Across the UK and occluded front sits across England and Ireland. An area of low pressure out of the Atlantic deepens 974 mb. this will bring on unsettled conditions for the rest of the week.
Wednesday will See another unsettled day across the Western Isles, with further spells of rain some of these heavy at times and strengthening north-easterly winds gusting 30 to 40 mph.
Across the UK on Wednesday low-pressure sits across England and out in the Atlantic, bringing strong winds and rain for a time.
Thursday we are going to see another chilly day on Thursday, the cloud will dominate and we will see spells of rain and brisk northerly winds. The best of any sunshine will be in the morning.
The UK sits under a broad area of low pressure. As a low pressure moves into the North Sea it will introduce cold that again for a time. And further spells of rain and breezy conditions.
And finally here are Sundays extremes.
Thank you for reading.
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met office. Radar from netweather.